Pringles Select Thai Sweet Chilli Reviews
Product Type: Pringles Snacks
Newest Review: ... recognise the subtle lemongrass flavours and the rich flavour of the kaffir lime leaves coming through the taste. Most ... more
by - written on 15/02/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
This review is for the pringle can version of thai sweet chilli , these were on a special offer and bought home to me so unfortunatley i dont know how much they cost. The can is 165g and is 7% of your calories. ===Packaging=== The packaging is bright orange with the happy david seamen face which is really recognisable and appealing. Along the top is a banner stating that its a new product, and the pringle crisp with a thai look with a hat and shoulder buckets. The can also states the info about pringles like suitable for vegatarians,gda and ingrediants. ===The crisp=== Once you pop off the lid and remove the re-seal freshness ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Now I'm a great lover of very salty things, although I know that it isn't to good to have to much salt. I have cut out most salt from my food now so on the odd occasion it is nice to have that old salty taste back in your mouth! Well these Pringles were on special in Tesco's for 50p last week ( well it didn't say special it just had the 50p price tag underneath them ), being I do really love the taste of any Sweet Chilli food I thought I would give these a go. They come in a deep purple bag, a slightly different bag to what you would get other large crisps in. I think these are supposed to be posh crisps and the bag say's that as it sits on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/12/08 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I wouldn't normally pick up something like this for myself, as the bags are big and clearly share size! I'd just open them and start and then suddenly they'd be gone. As happens quite often, I have one of my lovely co-workers to thank for these crispy delights - I'm unsure how much they cost, but you do get a big bag. The packaging is pretty much that of the picture displayed above; however it is very very shony which doesn't come across in the photo. It's kind of glossy, which I think gives it a nice touch and definitely won't leave marks from greasy fingers (this of course is a bad thing if you're looking for evidence of secret ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/04/09 (Very useful, 155 readings)
I wouldn't normally write a review for crisps or the like - but I have to say I felt compelled to add my opinion on these, having bought a packet for the first time yesterday. To my shame I served them up to a group of friends coming round in the evening for a few drinks and a chat and I thought they had been strangely unpopular, having munched a few I now know why! I have to say they are not what I was expecting. Billed as "Select" and from a name I know I thought they would be posh crisps. They are priced as such at £1.58 for a 150g share pack ( a packet of pringles would have been cheaper), and are of similar price to other posh crisps but that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 80 readings)
I decided to try these share size crisps as they were on offer from asda for a quid. I am a huge fan of Pringles and the new select range looked rather posh. Being a fan of the walker's sensations, I decided to opt for the Thai sweet chilli variety. The description: The crisps come in a 150g posh deep purple bag with a picture of the desired flavouring on the front. The bag is fairly thick with a foiled inside for added freshness. The first thing I noticed about the crisps was there size, unlike Pringles they are a lot smaller in shape and a tad bit thicker. The crisps are very crunchy and on first bite you get a lovely sweet chilli taste however, ... Read the complete review
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